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Picks & Reviews of our most interesting discoveries to date!
Mr Wu’s Pigs makes lyric-driven songs with guitar, voices, and drums – think grungy garage-punk fuzzpop. Song subjects range from comas and car crashes, to porn-star obsession, death, suicide, and love. All the post-punk food groups are represented.
As we veer more towards a synthesized industrial take on the Post Punk/Darkwave genre, Actors quickly jumps to mind. Actors take on the challenge of manipulating frequencies to almost unsettling response. All the while, finding a precocious sense to step in and dance forward with a casual nonchalant approach. Thus gifting Actors the wondrous ability […]
At the end of 2018, this three-part band changed their name to Dea Matrona who have been collectively known to busk around playing epic classics such as Dreams by Fleetwood Mac and Rock and Roll by Led Zeppelin. Now anyone can cover a great song when it comes to the technicality of knowing your instrument. […]
Grimy, trippy, inventive, fun, and awesome. Colourmusic is already one of my favourite picks for Musigator. Do give a listen or a watch. I think you’ll enjoy it.
MARY BELL is not shy about what they write about, let alone how they present their music videos. While shock value is pretty much gone, Mary Bell has reached back in time to an era where bands like Sonic Youth and Bratmobile. All freely creating the music some considered hard to swallow, but that’s what […]
Short and to the point, THE GLUTS tosses around a heavenly Psych pitch while escalating towards their true calling, a Post Punk narrative. Only this narrative is the sound of noise produced by introducing the layers peeled back by the band. Through one song ‘Ponytail’ offers a subtle then chaotic look at what The Gluts […]
GREG SOVER fronts his band with essential finesse and panache. He dresses like a stylish warrior. He sings from the soul. His renegade guitar playing is beyond impressive. While he could go come at you with an uppity tone, he is nothing short of genuine and humble. It is so refreshing to talk to such a […]
I know I sound like a broken record (although, if a record were truly broken, wouldn’t it sound like nothing? Food for thought) but Melbourne is where all the best indie rock is coming from these days. A lot of it, anyway. Either that or it’s just the city with the sound that’s right for […]